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  • Edie Spencer

    my mom lived in an apartment in NYC, with two children and a her spouse, for $180/month. It was described as being horrifyingly expensive. Now that same apartment was turned into a coop and last sold for $400,000. YIKES.

  • Peggy Bair

    I remember those days!

  • Vickie Gross

    Go to "dollartimes.com" to see how much that is now!

  • Deb McAulay

    Anyone remember this, I do!

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Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles by jericl cat, via Flickr

I think these might have had staircases leading down to the river at one time... Cesar Chavez Blvd. bridge over the Los Angeles River